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Oppo F3, F3 Plus Latest News & Updates: Dual-Front-Facing Cameras Highlight New Smartphone Reveal On March 23


Depending on where you are, Oppo may not be among the big names like Apple and Samsung. For the sake of those who want to know more about the Chinese brand, the company focuses a lot on delivering quality cameras with their phone lineup. Come March 23, the Oppo F3 and F3 Plus continue that drive.

The Oppo F3 and F3 Plus will offer something uncanny. Traditionally, smartphones would pour it all out on the main or rear cameras. For Oppo, the case is different or in reverse as they focus on the selfie-crazed generation. The upcoming smartphone offerings will have dual-front-facing cameras, 16 and 8 MP snappers according to Android Pure.

This means that the Oppo F3 and F3 Plus will technically boast of front cameras that have 24 MP in total. At that rate, it should not be surprising to get high-quality photos, possibly armed with wide-angle lens for wider coverage. As far as quality is concerned, the best reference right now would be the predecessor – the Oppo F1s. The device which launched on August 2016 sported a front-facing 16 MP camera, sample shots of which may be seen online.

Assuming folks are able to see how other users enjoy the quality photos from the Oppo F1s, one can just imagine how much 8 MP more can do and a front-facing shooter at that. There will still be the main camera, of course, one that will be 16 MP as well, Phone Arena reported.

With the camera feature of the Oppo F3 and F3 Plus more or less covered, it would be best to take note of the other specs. That would include a 6-inch display with 1920x1080 resolution, running on Qualcomm Snapdragon 653, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal storage (expandable up to 256 GB) and a 4,000 mAh battery. The device comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.

The Oppo F3 and F3 Plus are expected to be available in India with pricing yet to be known. No word if the smartphone will be available in other regions for now.

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